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えびす/ebisu/common ebisu/えびす/common ·
  • noun:
    1. peoples formerly of northern Japan with distinct language and culture (i.e. the Ainu)  —Archaism.   蝦夷[1]
    2. provincial (i.e. a person who lives far from the city)
    3. brutish, unsophisticated warrior (esp. used by Kyoto samurai to refer to samurai from eastern Japan)
    4. foreigner;  barbarian;  —Derogatory.
/i/ i//
  • noun:
    1. barbarian
えびす/ebisu/common ebisu/えびす/common恵比寿 · 恵比須 · · · 蛭子
ゑびす/webisu/ webisu/ゑびす/恵比寿 · 恵比須
えべす/ebesu/ ebesu/えべす/恵比須
ひるこ/hiruko/ hiruko/ひるこ/蛭子
  • noun:
    1. Ebisu (god of fishing and commerce)   七福神

/I/    えびす/ebisu/    えみし/emishi/    ころ.す/koro.su/    たい.らげる/tai.rageru/I//    ebisu/えびす/    emishi/えみし/    koro.su/ころ.す/    tai.rageru/たい.らげる/

barbarian;  savage;  Ainu

えぞ/ezo/common · えみし/emishi/obsolete ezo/えぞ/common · emishi/えみし/obsolete蝦夷
  • noun:
    1. peoples formerly of northern Japan with distinct language and culture (i.e. the Ainu)
    2. えぞYezo (northern part of Meiji-era Japan, esp. Hokkaido, but also Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands)   蝦夷地
じょうい/joui/common joui/じょうい/common攘夷
  • noun:
    1. expulsion of the foreigners
いこく/ikoku/ ikoku/いこく/夷国
  • noun:
    1. land of the barbarians
いじん/ijin/ ijin/いじん/夷人
  • noun:
    1. barbarian;  savage
    2. foreigner  —Derogatory.
いぞく/izoku/ izoku/いぞく/夷俗
  • noun:
    1. customs of the barbarians
いてき/iteki/ iteki/いてき/夷狄
  • noun:
    1. barbarians;  aliens
きんのうじょうい/kinnoujoui/ kinnoujoui/きんのうじょうい/勤王攘夷 · 勤皇攘夷
  • noun:
    1. loyalty to the emperor and expulsion of the foreigners
ばんい/ban'i/ ban'i/ばんい/蕃夷
  • noun:
    1. savages;  barbarians
しょういだん/shouidan/ shouidan/しょういだん/焼夷弾
  • noun:
    1. fire bomb;  incendiary bomb
せいいたいしょうぐん/seiitaishougun/ seiitaishougun/せいいたいしょうぐん/征夷大将軍
  • noun:
    1. commander-in-chief of the expeditionary force against the barbarians;  great, unifying leader
そんのうじょうい/sonnoujoui/ sonnoujoui/そんのうじょうい/尊皇王攘夷 · 尊皇攘夷 · 尊王攘夷
  • noun:
    1. 19th century slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of (barbarian) foreigners
あらえびす/araebisu/ araebisu/あらえびす/荒夷
  • noun:
    1. (in Japanese history) crude warrior from the eastern parts of the country;  wild man
あずまえびす/azumaebisu/ · とうい/toui/ azumaebisu/あずまえびす/ · toui/とうい/東夷
  • noun:
    1. (in Japanese history) crude warrior from the eastern parts of the country
えぞまつ/ezomatsu/ · エゾマツ/EZOMATSU/ ezomatsu/えぞまつ/ · EZOMATSU/エゾマツ/蝦夷松
  • noun:
    1. Yezo spruce (Picea jezoensis);  Jezo spruce;  —Usually written using kana alone.
えぞぎく/ezogiku/ ezogiku/えぞぎく/蝦夷菊
  • noun:
    1. Chinese aster
こぶし/kobushi/ kobushi/こぶし/辛夷
  • noun:
    1. kobus magnolia;  Magnolia praecocissima;  Magnolia kobus
せいい/seii/ seii/せいい/征夷
  • noun:
    1. warring against barbarians
じょういろん/jouiron/ jouiron/じょういろん/攘夷論
  • noun:
    1. (late Edo-period) principle of excluding foreigners
こうもうい/koumoui/ koumoui/こうもうい/紅毛夷
  • noun:
    1. late Edo-period pejorative for the Dutch;  red-haired barbarian
しい/shii/ shii/しい/四夷
  • noun:
    1. the surrounding barbarians (from Chinese)
いばんじゅうてき/ibanjuuteki/ ibanjuuteki/いばんじゅうてき/夷蛮戎狄
  • noun:
    1. the barbarians beyond the borders of old China
とういせいじゅう/touiseijuu/ touiseijuu/とういせいじゅう/東夷西戎
  • noun:
    1. barbarians to the east and to the west (from the perspective of old China)

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